Monday, June 29, 2015

June 24, 2015

      Incident Date:
                             Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
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Tuesday, August 4, 5-8pm
Bernal Heights Rec Center and Bernal Heights Library
500 Moultrie Street @ Jarboe Ave.
National Night Out (, in its 32nd year, is designed to get neighbors out on a summer evening so they can meet each other, police and fire personnel, local organizations, and merchants – all with the goal of promoting community safety. 
FREE BBQ dinner
Climbing wall
Jumpy houses
Arts & crafts
Safety resources & More!
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7:09am       100 Blk Beacon            Fraud
Ingleside Officers Morgante and Thompson were dispatched regarding a possible auto boost. Upon arrival, they observed and contacted a female kneeling next to the vehicle. Officer Morgante also observed a male asleep in the driver seat with syringes on his lap. The suspects were detained and placed in the back of a police vehicle. A search of the suspect vehicle discovered methamphetamine and numerous syringes. They also found numerous identification, checks, and personal records ranging from New York to California. In addition, they found tools used for auto theft. Several calls to the owners of the found property all confirmed they were stolen. When questioned, the suspects gave contradicting stories concerning the property and the vehicle. The vehicle was confirmed to be stolen. Both suspects were transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the above crimes. Report Number: 150545948
10:30pm     4200 Blk Mission         Weapon
Ingleside Officers Seavey and Barajas were on routine patrol when they spotted a male suspect outside a shell gas station. He was recognized from prior contacts to have an active warrant. The officers pulled up towards him to make contact. Upon seeing the officers, the suspect entered a vehicle alongside a pump station. Officers observed a male driver in the vehicle making a throwing motion. They ordered out both suspects and found a plastic bag containing Crystal Meth in the area where the throwing motion was directed. They discovered a collapsible baton in the vehicle. The driver admitted to ownership of the Meth and the baton. His vehicle was towed. He was cited for the above crimes.  Report Number: 150551741
Serious Incidents:
04:30am     3900 Blk Mission         Robbery
Ingleside Officer Billings was on routine patrol when he was dispatched regarding a robbery. Officer Billings made contact with the male victim. The victim told the officer he was walking home when he saw a male suspect running towards him and started beating him. The suspect demanded money. The victim gave him all the money he had and the suspect ran away. He recognized the suspect from earlier at the bar whom he had a small dispute with. A search of the area provided negative results. The victim was transported to General Hospital for his injuries. Report Number: 150548851
4:49pm       2200 Blk Bayshore       Assault
Ingleside Officers De La Cruz, Hopkins, Calupad and Watts responded to an assault that occurred at a muni bus stop. They made contact with the victim of the assault. He stated that he was waiting for the bus when an unknown female started yelling at him.  He responded by telling her to “to move out his way”. He stated that a vehicle pulled into the 7/11 adjacent to the bus stop and two male suspects came out. The first male approached the victim and grabbed his neck and stated, “What did you say to my girl?”. The second male suspect grabbed a phone out of the victim’s hand and threw it at the ground. The suspects then entered the vehicle and attempted to flee. However, the victim was able to retrieve his phone and record the vehicle, including the license plate. Officers canvassed the area with no avail. The victim complained of chest injuries and an ambulance was requested. The victim was rendered aid at the scene, but refused to be transported to the hospital. Report Number: 150550812
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
8:45am             300 Blk Duncan           Stolen Truck
8:56am             Delta/Harkness            Traffic Collision  
1:00pm             900 Blk Cayuga           Auto Boost
          1:00pm             Unit Blk Leland           Stolen Truck
4:13pm            100 Blk Britton            Trespassing
4:30pm            4700 Blk Mission         Battery
6:30pm            200 Blk Nevada           Stolen Vehicle
7:47pm            Unit Blk Gladys           Recovered Vehicle
11:00pm          San Jose/Geneva          Stolen Vehicle
11:11pm          4100 Blk Mission         Warrant
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.